Teenage Head - Can't Stop Shakin' mp3 flac download
|Title:||Can't Stop Shakin'|
|Style:||Rock & Roll|
|Date of release:||1987|
|MP3 album size:||1159 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1707 mb|
|Digital formats:||WMA APE MP1 WAV AA MIDI ASF|
Can't stop shakin is a Teenage Head Nugget song taken from the ep "CAN'T STOP SHAKIN" 1987.
Provided to YouTube by Warner Music Canada Can't Stop Shakin · Teenage Head Electric Guitar ℗ 1988 Teenage Head under exclusive license to Warner Music.
Teenage Head is the third studio album by the American rock band Flamin' Groovies, released in March 1971 by Kama Sutra Records. Released the same year as the Rolling Stones' classic album Sticky Fingers, Mick Jagger reportedly noticed the similarities between the albums and thought the Flamin' Groovies did the better take on the theme of classic blues and rock 'n roll revisited in a modern context. All songs written by Cyril Jordan and Roy A. Loney except where noted.
Marky Ramone – Little Boxes. Teenage Head – My Mommies Pot. 3:06. Teenage Head – Let's Shake. Marky Ramone – Top Down. Ducks Deluxe – Teenage Head. Teenage Head – Rock with Rock. Teenage Head – She's My Girl. Marky Ramone – Some Kinda Fun. 5:12. Teenage Head – Can't Stop Shakin. Teenage Head – Get off My Back.
A-well I just quit school an’ I’m’a real, real cool I’m gotta quit, I’m gotta jive I got the message bamalalalala, wild one Well, I’m a wild one. I gotta keep it shakin’ baby, gotta keep it rockin’ baby Don’t cha cramp my style; I’m a real wild child. C’mon baby, shake it all night long Shakin’ to the knees, a ball, c’mon Well, I’m a wild one – yeah! Well, I’m a wild one. Well, gotta keep it rockin’ baby, gotta keep it shakin’ baby Don’t cha cramp my style, I’m a real wild child – Go! (Piano Solo (studio), Guitar solo (live)
Teenage Head came together in the early 70's when four young guys from Westdale High School in Hamilton, Ontario decided to form a band. Gord Lewis, founder and leader, Frank Kerr, Steve Mahon, and Nick Stipanitz weren't buddies, but each had a strong interest in the same type of music. By May 1978, they released their first single "Picture My Face" on Epic Records, and quickly became part of the scene exploding in Toronto. With the release of their first album, "Teenage Head", in 1979, it was generally agreed that the recording and production (done by the band and Alan Caddy) were pretty crude. Although their first record label folded, and the album consequently never really took off in sales, it garnered significant airplay for the singles "Top Down" and "Picture My Face", and made the band a popular draw on the live music circuit.
Teenage Head’s next record is 1984’s Endless Party out on Ready Records. A live album recorded New Years eve in the bands hometown of Hamilton,On A close encounter with the bands sonic fury tracing the hits and including a revisited studio version of Top Down from the bands first self titled album. By 1985 Teenage Head were on their own again. A self-released album, Trouble In The Jungle has brought producer Dan and brother Bob Lanois back into the fold.
Sheet Music and Tabs for Teenage Head. Teenage Head is a Canadian rock group from Hamilton, Ontario and was one of the most popular Canadian new wave/punk rock bands during the early 1980s. They were sometimes referred to as the "Canadian Ramones", despite the fact that their sound was closer to rockabilly than to some of the Ramones' 60s pop influences. Although the band is still recording and touring as a unit, they have never succeeded in recapturing their early audience.
Written-By – Wray Sr, Grant. 11. Shakin' All Over. Written-By – Fred Heath. 12. That'll Be The Day. Written-By – Holly, Allison, Petty. 13. Around And Around. Teenage Head (LP, Album, RE). Kama Sutra, Norton Records (2). KSBS 2031, US. 2009.
Teenage Head is a Canadian rock group from Hamilton, Ontario and was a popular Canadian punk rock band during the early 1980s. The group was formed in Hamilton by Frankie Venom (Frank Kerr), Gord Lewis, Steve Mahon and Nick Stipanitz. Stipanitz has since been replaced by Jack Pedler, and Venom died of cancer on October 15, 2008. The band's name is a reference to The Flaming Groovies' album Teenage Head, which Gord Lewis had seen advertised in a music magazine, but not heard, and decided that he, one day, would form a band with that name.
|A||Can't Stop Shakin'||3:04|
|B1||She Rips My Lips||3:39|
|B2||Dance With Your Doll||3:23|
|B3||Don't Start Me Talkin'||2:13|